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AFT

'AFT' is a 3 letter word starting with A and ending with T
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Crossword clues for 'AFT'

ClueAnswer
Near the stern (3)AFT
Behind (nautical) (3)AFT
In the back (3)AFT
To a boat's rear (3)AFT
Behind (naval) (3)AFT
Like a boat's cockpit, usually (3)AFT
Back of ship (3)AFT
In back (3)AFT
Rearward, on board (3)AFT
Back on board (3)AFT
At the rear of a ship (3)AFT
At the back of a ship (3)AFT
Cruiser direction, sometimes (3)AFT
Toward a ship's rear (3)AFT
Toward the tiller (3)AFT
Fore partner (3)AFT
Toward the back of a ship (3)AFT
Back of the boat (3)AFT
Towards the stern (3)AFT
Away from the nose (3)AFT

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for AFT

3 letter words

AFT

4 letter words

BACK - BAFT - HIND - REAR - TAIL

5 letter words

ABAFT - AFTER - AREAR - STERN

6 letter words

ASTERN - BEHIND - HINDER

7 letter words

POSTERN

8 letter words

BACKWARD - HINDHAND - HINDMOST - REARMOST - REARWARD

9 letter words

AFTERMOST - POSTERIOR

10 letter words

FORE AND AFT - HINDERMOST - RETROGRADE

Definition of aft

  • at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane; "stow the luggage aft"; "ships with square sails sail fairly efficiently with the wind abaft"; "the captain looked astern to see what the fuss was about"

Anagrams of aft

ATF - FAT



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